Killday Values His Time At Truman

Last week, Jason Killday moved on the other side of the Bulldog-Hawk rivalry when he departed the Truman program to become the head coach at Quincy. Killday says he values his eight years on Gregg Nesbitt’s staff at Truman….

Killday was offensive coordinator when the Bulldogs averaged 30-plus points per game for a program-record four straight seasons. He says he’s most proud of the bottom line….

Another Truman assistant, Jack Nelson, will join Killday at Quincy, as offensive coordinator…..

Nelson spent four years on the Truman Football staff. Killday was part of a GLVC championship his first year at Truman. He was also part of the Bulldog’s three America’s Crossroads Bowl championships in 2019, 2021 and ’22.